Expanding on a historically sweet project, this version of a sugar chest lets you sink your woodworking teeth into it without fear of cavities.
Taking a cue from the Scottish Arts & Crafts tradition, this classic armoire offers plenty of storage space inside. And you’ll enjoy the challenge of building it.
A simple design and mitered corners makes these shelves great to look at and interesting to build.
This knife block not only stores your knives, but displays them as well.
Sink your teeth into some late nineteenth-century woodworking with this creative, eye-catching heirloom project.
The small amount of material and time required to build this cutting board and cheese slicer set makes it the perfect gift for the holidays.
A heavy oak frame combined with simple construction and a hair-on hide creates a chair that’s not only comfortable, but handsome as well.
Whether you’re reading the morning newspaper over breakfast or sharing a relaxing dinner, this kitchen set will fit right in.
Part of the beauty of this project is in its traditional appearance. But what you can't see are the unique router techniques used for building the raised panel doors.
This clever space provides a place for the whole family to gather and work on projects together. Plus, abundant storage options keep supplies from cluttering your house.
Strong, straightforward construction, along with dynamic chamfers, make this stool something to see. The Danish cord weave of the seat adds comfort as well.
This classic cherry cabinet is built with traditional joinery. It's an heirloom project that looks as good alongside a sofa as it does next to a bed.
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